Definition of Damnation:
Sentence/Example of Damnation:
Let them not be abandoned of God, unto those Courses that will hasten them to a Damnation that slumbers not.
Hell and Damnation are strange entertaining words upon the Stage!
She assented with enthusiasm to the Doctrine of Eternal Damnation, and a gentler-hearted creature than she never lived.
The Damnation de Faust alone was given in its entirety a hundred and fifty times in thirty years.
Captain Damnation was made to retreat, and to intrench himself further off of Mansoul.
Can a Man with himself damn'd, without supposing, that there is such a Thing as Damnation.
He had the Damnation de Faust performed; no one came to it, and he was ruined.
The rest of the summer was spent in the beautiful Dauphiny country, working on the "Damnation of Faust."
Leaving the window wall, we now come to the finest of all the frescoes, the magnificent scene of the "Damnation."
Next to "The Damnation," these are perhaps the finest of the series, and show most imagination and dramatic feeling.